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Federal Indictments in Another Heroin BustSubmitted: 01/10/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm


MERRILL - We just found out about another heroin bust. Three Northwoods women face federal charges for that.

Police arrested 32-year-old Leanna Marie Wells, 47-year-old Jennifer Lynn Roper, and 32-year-old Rose Helen Kirmsse Friday.

Wells and Roper were caught in Lincoln County and Kirmsse in Outagamie County. All three were taken to the U.S. Marshal in Madison.

They're facing a list of felony charges including selling heroin. They face up to 20 years in federal prison and a million dollars in fines each.



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